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Renovated Palo Alto Eichler seeks $2.3 million

Refurbished 1955 midcentury single-story home from the noted developer aims to please

Down in Palo Alto, another utterly charming and utterly renovated Eichler has landed on the market.

Designed by architects Jones and Emmons, the 967 Oregon home comes with four bedrooms, two baths, and 1,639 square feet.

While the kitchen, bathrooms, windows, and interiors are all new—the Eichlerian exposed-beam thumb print mercifully remains—it also comes with fresh new cork flooring. This type of flooring was used in original Eichler models. Refreshing to see it reused in lieu of the current hardwood flooring trend.

Asking is $2,399,000.